Shadasia Green


The boxing world is buzzing with anticipation. A new rivalry is taking center stage after the intriguing Nate Diaz vs. Jake Paul. The protagonists of this narrative are Claressa Shields and Shadasia Green, two stars in women’s boxing. Recently, a Twitter feud has been fuming between them. All of it stems from Green’s performance with Olivia Curry at the Paul vs. Diaz undercard. Apparently, Shadasia didn’t perform up to the audience’s expectations, and the match wasn’t as one-sided as the audience anticipated.

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Now, eking fuel to the fire is Jake Paul’s knockout prediction. He, too, has taken advantage of social media to express his opinion about this brewing showdown. Moreover, the Twitter beef between Shields and Green is no exception as it’s more than just a war of words. However, Jake Paul’s bold prediction adds a new twist to the unfolding drama. But what exactly did he say?

Claressa Shields AND Jake Paul

What does Jake Paul predict for their potential showdown?

Jake Paul has made a blatant prediction regarding the match, and has clearly picked the side of Shadasia Green. The YouTube star and professional took to his Instagram Story to express his opinion and said, “@shadasia_green going to send Shields to the canvas when they meet”

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Furthermore, this assertion by ‘The Problem Child’  has an added layer of intrigue to the whole fiasco. Additionally, Jake Paul’s prediction is more than a casual comment. It’s a confident statement that reflects his belief in Green’s ability to win over Shields. But, one thing is sure, the stage is set for an exciting matchup in women’s boxing history. But how did this feud begin?

Claressa Shields AND Jake Paul

All about the ongoing Shields-Green Twitter Beef

The Twitter war between Claressa Shields and Shadasia Green is heating up. Now, it’s more than tweets; it’s a clash of egos, skills, and reputations. It all started when Shields criticized Green’s recent fight performance, calling it “low tier.” And, Green fired back. Furthermore, she accused Shields of insecurity and told her to find a hobby.

The exchange is escalating, and both fighters are throwing jabs and taunts. “I’ll show you a little girl, bust your big a*s up Shay!!!!” tweeted Shields. On the other hand, Green responded, “You got too much time on your hands; find a f*cking hobby!!” The boxing community is still watching how a verbal feud is manifesting into a potential ring showdown.

Claressa Shields and Shadasia Green are heading towards a classic battle. And, Jake Paul’s knockout prediction for Shadasia Green adds a twist to the tale. While the Twitter feud between the fighters spices things up, if the bout manifests, it’s indeed  going to be a must-watch event.

Will Jake Paul’s prediction come true? Will Shields prove him wrong? Let us know in the comments below!

Claressa Shields says she didn’t see much in Shadasia Green, but will do the fight if fans want to see it.

Claressa Shields doesn’t seem to see much in Shadasia Green, but says she will fight the 168 lb puncher if fans want to see it.

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The criticism of Green (13-0, 11 KO) comes after Shadasia’s win over Olivia Curry on the Paul vs Diaz undercard on Saturday.

“So y’all want me to go handle Shadasia at 168, y’all said!” Shields posted on social media. “That performance I seen tonight was so low tier! But if the fans want it, I’ll take her! Beat her, too!

Claressa Shields-Jake Paul

Shields (14-0, 2 KO) is currently the undisputed middleweight champion, and started her career at 168, where she won two titles before moving down in weight to 160 and then 154, before coming back up to 160.

But a move back up to 168 could be enticing. It would give Shields, 28, basically the only goal she really has left in the sport at all, which would be going undisputed at super middleweight, as she has now done at junior middleweight and middleweight.

On that note, the most obvious fight is a rematch with longtime rival Savannah Marshall, who is now undisputed at 168 after beating Franchon Crews-Dezurn on July 1. But Marshall and her team have some leverage, not just with the belts but also the fact that Shields vs Marshall 2 is a bigger money fight in the United Kingdom than it is in the United States, and Shields has stated clearly that she doesn’t want to go back to the UK to fight Marshall a second time.

Keith Thurman and Claressa Shields

There are otherwise very few interesting options for Shields left, which is not a knock on her, it’s the degree to which she has dominated the sport since turning pro in 2016, and even going back to the two Olympic gold medals she won in 2012 and 2016. No one has really even been all that competitive with her, and given how thin the ranks are from 154 to 168, she has beaten just about everyone there is to beat already.

Green, 33, could be interesting just because she is probably the hardest puncher in women’s boxing, which did show up on Saturday despite an extremely tough Curry going a full 10 rounds. But in terms of boxing skills, yes, Shields has an obvious and enormous advantage.